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Finally got my first Mustang ever and had a question about the mufflers. I have a 2012 V6. I am looking to getting a lower sound out of the exhaust. Anyone know if I change just the mufflers (not the piping) if I will get a lower sound??
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I spend long hours a day listening to exhaust notes on youtube. You might want to consider an axel back setup if you don't want to change the pipes but beware, you'll want to modify a lot more once you finish your first mod. Congrats on the new car!
Sometimes I'll go on americanmuscle.com and throw everything I want in my shopping cart then I'll sit and pout for a few minutes cause I can't afford it all. lol I know, lame. One thing at a time i guess.
Thanks I really apprecaite the info. I had been wondering about it since I got my Stang!!
The next mod I would recommend is a CAI/custom tune from a reputable company, such as American Muscle or Brenspeed. This is by far the best performance mod, if you are not planning on going F/I in the near future.
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